Central IQ is dedicated to team members’ personal and professional development, whether these individuals are employed by us or by our clients.
Our goal is to ensure team members are self-aware, confident, and competent. That way, they’re able to (1) live according to their highest principles, (2) earn what they deserve, and (3) make the greatest and most fulfilling contributions to humanity.
We encourage our talented team members to make use of job design and career development resources.
You’re welcome to access those resources we’ve compiled from the public domain:
- Explore the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*Net Online: Tap into information on the “world of work,” provided by the United States Department of Labor. Benefit from the USA’s primary source of standardized and query-ready occupational information, useful for students, recent graduates, individuals considering a career change, human asset managers, and others who’s success depends on a great match between career choices and competencies. Learn about career options, job outlooks, job titles, job duties, salaries and other compensation, required training, and other educational opportunities.
- Tap into recruiting and job hunting solutions: Rely on CareerBuilder, a global, end-to-end human capital solutions company focused on advancing employment by (1) helping talent find rewarding and fulfilling jobs and careers, and (2) helping employers find, hire, and manage great talent. Make use of specialized job hunting and recruiting tools, employment interview preparation and new-hire screening methods, and human capital management solutions.
- Consider careers that align with your academic major: Use the site, “What Can I Do With This Major” to explore the kinds of opportunities opened up by a broad range of academic fields.
- Access a library of career-related resources, courtesy of one of America’s strongest career-networking organizations: Rely on the University of Southern California‘s Career Center database known as CARL—the Career Access Resource Library. Take advantage of curated links to career-planning resources. Get information about useful majors, well-aligned graduate schools, proven career paths, noteworthy professional associations, and more.
Please check back for additional career-related resources. If you would like to tell us about yourself in the meantime, please contact us.